We tried to eat at this restaurant on the first day we were docked in Quebec. We couldn't get a reservation. We ended up going to a small cafe and my husband and I shared a meal that was very good, but we ended up paying the same as advertised as a three-course at Aux Anciens Canadiens. The next day we waited until they opened and we were able to get in right away. My husband had the pea soup and I had the pumpkin (Canadian Thanksgiving Day!) We both enjoyed our entrees, but the pie was wonderful. I had the maple pie and my husband the pumpkin and both were delicious. The restaurant is the oldest remaining home in Quebec City and has a European feel. The price was right as everything is included and only 19 Canadian dollars. We enjoyed it and I was only sorry I didn't try the meat pie which was just like my mother and grandmother made when I was young!
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